the Nuclear Safety Commission of Japan rasises the crisis level to seven, the highest rating level. Our guest is energy advisor with thirty nine years of experience in the nuclear industry Arnie Gundersen. Topics: Japan, nuclear power, chernobyl
DNA Lounge Live Recording: Saturday - July 17 - 2006 Best of the Bay: - "Best Club Night" - 2007 Best of the Bay: - "Best - Club Night" - 2008 Best of the Bay: - "Best Party Producers" - 2009 Best - of SF: - "Best Club Night" - & "Best DJs" - 2010 Best of SF: - "Best Club - Night" - 2011 Best of SF: - "Best Club Night" - 2011 Best of the Bay: - "Best Dance Party" 2010 - Bootie SF: - Chernobyl - Genre: mashups.... Topic: Bootie SF: Chernobyl
Desiree Gezentsvey's play Nuclear Family , is 'a comedic drama set in green New Zealand on the eve of the Chernobyl disaster, following a colourful bunch of Venezuelan and Soviet Jewish immigrants as they are forced to question whether freedom and control over one’s destiny are only illusions'. Desiree, based in Wellington, wrote the play for her daughter Yael, who played all twelve parts. Nuclear Family premiered at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, went on to London and to the Edinburgh... Topics: Chernobyl disaster, women playwrights
Bread and Roses host Elliot Tarry introduces a Feb 16, 2013 presentation by Defender's of the Black Hill's founder,Charmaine White Face on the effects abandoned open pit uranium mining upon the people of South Dakota. Topics: America's Chernobyl, Black Hills uranium
Synthematik presents the long-awaited debut album “Budet Laskovyj Dozhd…” from the Belarusian synthpop / darkwave project Kosmodromm! The project was formed in 2008 by Eiden Dark and D-Emsi. After a couple of self-released singles, they teamed up with Synthematik to release Kosmodromm 1.0 EP in February 2010. The EP received a lot of positive feedback recognizing the undeniable originality of the project. Now Kosmodromm returns with the first full-length release. “Budet Laskovyj... Topics: synthpop, darkwave, vintage synths, chernobyl
On April 25th -26th, 1986 the World's worst nuclear power accident occurred at Chernobyl in the former USSR (now Ukraine). favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: chernobyl, disaster, nuclear, ussr, radiation
"20 years ago: Chernobyl" is a fast moving short film - like a music video - about the Chernobyl disaster and Greenpeace anti-nuke campaign. Film by Christoph Schwaiger. 3D animation by Tanooki. Archive material by Penninger archive. Music by Yap music. Production by Yap films. Topics: Chernobyl, nuclear, radiation, music, Greenpeace, politics, news
A sunny day in a small town. Pan to the nearby atomic power plant and cut into its belly - scientists at work - the crew is receiving an alarm - but: its Vitalyi Tschernobyl & The Meltdowns performing live on stage in Landeck. Topics: music: thrash metal, regions: russia: chernobyl
SARCOPHAGUS By Vladimir Gubaryev A docudrama set immediately after the Chernobyl explosion in 1986 , by Vladimir Gubaryev the science editor of Pravda at that time, based on his observations during the Chernobyl nuclear-power-plant disaster. It was the Soviet theater's prime export in the new age of glasnost. "Sarcophagus began as an essay that had been commissioned by a Soviet literary magazine and that was to analyze the Chernobyl incident. The first journalist to report on the... Topics: Radio Docudrama, Chernobyl 1986, Nuclear accidents
26 April 2006 marked 20 years since the Chernobyl accident.Despite having a nuclear disaster on its doorstep Finland is rapidly expanding it's nuclear power programme. With this in mind Spiderman went to western Finland to Eurajoki to the site of the new nuclear reactor to take them a bag of cement. He heard they'd had big problems with faulty concrete foundations. He warned that even his superpowers can't help if there's another disaster... Later in the local city centre of Pori, people who... Topics: Finland, Pori, Spiderman, depressed, chernobyl, anti nuclear
We entrust readers with thirty fragments of reflections, meditations, recollections, and images â one for each year that has passed since the explosion that rocked and destroyed a part of the Chernobyl nuclear power station in April 1986. The aesthetic visions, thoughts, and experiences that have made their way into this book hover in a grey region between the singular and self-enclosed, on the one hand, and the generally applicable and universal, on the other. Through words and images, we... Topics: Chernobyl, rayograms, plant philosophy, radiation, biography, open humanities press
In memory of the children of Prypiat, Ukraine, whose lives were abruptly stopped by the tragedy of Chernobyl nuclear disaster. To know more about the city of Prypiat, abandoned in 1986 following the Chernobyl accident visit: http://pripyat.com/en/ This artwork was based upon images of Timm Suess: http://timmsuess.com/ Topics: Timm Suess, Latuff, Prypiat, Ukraine, Chernobyl, nuclear, disaster, 1986
This film shows the terrifying images captured by the Russian filmmaker Vladimir Shevchenko on scene at Chernobyl those dreadful days in April 1986. Shevchenko later died suffering from the radiation he exposed himself to. Although his name is not among the official casualties of the accident, this last tragic film of him keeps his name alive forever. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbCcutzXzYg Uploader: andree965 Upload date: 2006-11-10 Topics: Youtube, video, News & Politics, chernobyl, disaster, nuclear, radioactive, russia, ukraine
Some say nuclear energy is ready to make a comback; some say it's still too dangerous. How do you know which to believe? http://infactvideo.com/ Topics: news&information, nuclear energy, nuclear power, chernobyl, three mile island
PhD dissertation, Program in Science, Technology, and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994. 29 MB PDF file. I studied major technological disasters including the 1965 and 1977 blackouts in New York City, the Three Mile Island meltdown (1979), the Bhopal chemical leak (1983), and the Chernobyl catastrophe (1986). I wanted to know how these disasters unfolded, from an engineering point of view. But I was even more interested in their social and political impact, especially on... Topics: disasters, technology, blackout, blackouts, bhopal, nuclear, chemical, chernobyl, democratization
Chernobyl -4, a graphite moderated light water electric power reactor located near the town of Pripyat In Ukraine, suffered a catastrophic explosion at 0123 UTC on the 26th of April, 1986. Within a 30 km radius of the reactor site lived about 125,000 people, including about 49,000 inhabitants in Pripyat. The Chernobyl site was about 130 km north of Kiev. Immediately following the explosions radioactive volatile gases and solids were vented into the atmosphere. As a direct result of the... Topics: Chernobyl Catastrophe, Children of Chernobyl, UNAC, Parliament of Canada, Governor General of...
Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. THE 22ND AMENDMENT: ANOTHER REAGAN TERM? *Dr. Thomas Cronin (Ph.D), Writer on the Presidency; McHugh Professor of American Institutions and Leadership, Political Science Department, The Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO *Rep. Guy Vander Jagt (R MI-9), Head, Republican Congressional Campaign Committee; Washington, DC III. ABC-TV GOES ‘MOONLIGHTING’ *Glen Gordon Caron, Creator/Executive Producer, ‘Moonlighting’, Picture Maker Productions *Nikki Finke... Topics: Newsweek on Air, 22nd Amendment, Reagan, ABC, television, Moonlighting, Chernobyl, nuclear, FBI,...
This episode of My Favourite Game sees Chinese Room co-founder Dan Pinchbeck talk of S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl as his favourite game. Topics: S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl, GSC Gameworld, Metro 2033, Metro: Last Light, Everybody's Gone...
En el programa final, pelÃculas de culto: Atrapados en Chernobyl y Hausu (desde Iwo Jima). Aprendemos cosas sobre planos y cÃ¡maras en el cine, y le damos un repaso a El Hobbit. Topics: cine, pelÃculas, series, cuacfm, cuac, crossover, coruÃ±a, Atrapados en Chernobyl, Hausu, El...
In other news, I absolutely despise the word spoopy. Today we talk about abandoned places, namely Chernobyl, and ghost stories. Host/Producer: Deanna Minasian Guests This Week: Tiffany Ma , Pat Bowden , and Rich Capezzuto Intro/Outro: Fluffing a Duck - Kevin MacLeod Find us on Twitter and Facebook ! Topics: podcast, new episode, the lifecast, chernobyl, pripyat, abandoned places, ghost stories, episode...
Lineup: I.INTRODUCTION II. NUCLEAR SAFETY: THE CHERNOBYL WARNING *Dennis Ross, Ph.D., Executive Director, Berkeley-Stanford Program on Soviet International Behavior. *Mark Luftig, Vice President / Utility Analyst, Salomon Brothers, Inc, New York, NY. III.PHOTOGRAPHY: AMERICA POSES *Spencer Reiss, Assignment Chief, A Day in the Life of America; Newsweek General Editor. IV. PERISCOPE V. THE TOKYO SUMMIT: TERRORISM AND THE ECONOMY *Eric Gelman, Newsweek Business writer *Robert D. Hormats, Vice... Topics: Newsweek on Air, nuclear, Chernobyl, photography, Tokyo Summit, terrorism, economy, insurance,...
russian wildfires weekending 13 august 2010 natalie sedletska reports that the russian people fear these wildfires will whip up radioactive particles into the atmosphere Topics: russia, wildfires, chernobyl, nuclear, press+tv, natalie+sedletska, august, 2010, random
Lineup I. INTRODUCTION II. CRACK AND CRIME *Robert DeFauw, Special Agent in Charge, Detroit Office, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration *Congressman Charles B. Rangel (D-NY), Chairman, House Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control, Washington D.C. III. THE PEOPLE'S COURT: TELEVISION BRINGING YOU THE ACTION *The Honorable Judge Joseph A. Wapner IV. PERISCOPE V. CHERNOBYL AND SALT II *Congressman Norman D. Dicks (D-WA), proposing bill to keep U.S. under SALT II nuclear treaty, Washington... Topics: Newsweek on Air, crack, crime, People's Court, television, Chernobyl, SALT II, election, cathedral
russian news-babe, natalie sedletska, reports that the russian wildfires are causing big trouble for russian citizenry and the government. many fear that the fire at chernobyl will stir up radioactive particles in the ground and send them into the atmosphere. apparently, pootie poot and his side-kick dmitry medvedev, have ordered the russian media and medical establishment to under-report or misreport the threat to russia's nuclear facilities and the high mortality rate because of the fires. so... Topics: russia, wildfires, chernobyl, radiation, cover+up, press+tv, natalie+sedletska, august, 2010, random
This week DM and the Count look over a sequel, a rehash, and a shockingly intense drama. As is often the case, two of the movies are Asian - although perhaps not the ones you'd think! Also, more Batman news! Topics: theavod, podcast, movies, horror, alan tudyk, ip man 2, chernobyl diaries, bedevilled